Method Lookup Wizard
The definition of method calls at development time is made much easier by the Method Lookup Wizard. This wizard offers:
To use the Method Lookup Wizard:
The first page of the wizard allows you to select a Java package name or a Java archive name to limit the number of component classes that will be retrieved. If you supply a Java archive, that archive should be in the class path so that it is visible in the Definer. You can then select this archive name on the first wizard page.
The second wizard page displays all the class names that were selected using the first wizard page.
You can recognize the physical constructors of the Java components by their syntax. Their syntax is:
this=new <Java package name><method name>([arguments])
The ":0" will pass the first parameter of the parameter. You can edit the method to pass parameters in a different order or to pass literal values. For example, a literal value (a file name in this example) could be passed as follows:
For more details, refer to "Method Invocation Syntax".